These Caramel Apple Dumpling Bites are tasty little dough bites with cooked apples and caramel sauce! Best served hot with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream.
These are a re-creation from a dessert we had at a restaurant the other night. I have to admit, our apple dumpling bites turned out even better! We were all fighting over the last bites. They are best served hot with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream and extra caramel sauce.
We especially love this dessert in the fall when local apples are ripe. You can use any kind of apple for this recipe but we prefer tart and crisp apples, like granny smiths or pink ladies. Never make it with a really sweet and soft apple like a red delicious, it will not taste as good and get too mushy. Braeburn and Galas work great for this recipe too.
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Caramel Apple Dumpling Bites
In a large fry pan, melt together the butter, brown sugar, and cinnamon over medium heat.
Take half a package of Rhodes frozen dinner rolls and cut each roll into 4 quarters. Add the mini roll bites into the butter/brown sugar mixture and toss to coat. Place lid over fry pan and let cook while you cut and slice the apples.
Turn over the rolls in the fry pan and toss in the sliced apples. The rolls should be nicely browned on one side.
Continue to fry (stirring occasionally) until apples and rolls are thoroughly cooked.
Spoon the mix onto a plate and drizzle a little caramel sauce over the top. Serve with a side of vanilla ice cream.